Holograms to befool those with faith?

31 05 2007

Well… well… well… it sure is plausible if orchestrated professionally and of course, if the audience is as gullible as the writer of this article fears they might be…

Sample this…

Next we have a huge sky show, I’ve read some refer to as the “Night of a Thousand Stars” where the old prophesies of the end times will happen over our heads with the use of holograms and sound effects seeming to originate from the earth and space, convincing us that the Messiah is stepping out of the clouds. This staged event will introduce us to a new Messiah to reign over the world and it is said, even the most learned will be deceived. To understand that our leaders are capable of this type of event look into the Air Force Research Lab where Chief Scientist, Dr. William L. Baker, stated in a paper from 2004, “By studying and modeling the human brain and nervous system, the ability to mentally influence or confuse personnel is also possible. Through sensory deception, it may be possible to create synthetic images, or holograms, to confuse an individual’ s visual sense or, in a similar manner, confuse his senses of sound, taste, touch, or smell.” Controlled Effects And in an article from Stars and Stripes from 2001, the author states, “Taliban soldiers who hear voices from the skies over Afghanistan may think it’s divine intervention. The Department of Defense would like them to see it that way.”

It sure is an innovative use of a hologram!

What’s your opinion, people? 🙂




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